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, famous bodybuilder angelo siciliano changed his name to what? >> only one of those answers includes the name of a god in greek mythology. i'm just gonna double-check that, but yeah, i'm gonna go with "d," charles atlas, final answer. >> it is charles atlas. [cheers and applause] >> all right. >> let's see the money. >> lots of zeroes. all right! >> $7,000. up to $10,100. very nice, pamela. building up the bank there. next category is "'70s music." marvin gaye's iconic 1971 song mercy mercy me has what alternate title? >> meredith, i feel like this audience--many of them might have been around more in the '70s than i was, so i am going to ask the audience. >> all right-- >> i was around, just not for very long. >> [chuckles] audience, pamela needs your help. on your keypads, vote now. [percussive music] ♪ 51% say sociology, 38% for ecology. >> uh... i'm gonna go with the audience on this one. i'm gonna go "a," the sociology. >> final answer? >> final answer. >> it was "c." >> oh, no. >> ecology. >> so sad. >> oh, pamela, i'm so sorry. >> it's okay. no, it was a pleasure. thank you
to mr. timothy dolan out there. >> things are changing, an american becoming pope seems a little unlikely. >> probably not going to happen. they say ideally someone from a third world -- a developing nation, hispanic, black would be nice, but most likely an italian. >> interesting. to be a fly on that wall. >> can you imagine the politicking happening? you know there's some happening. >> they're cardinals but they're human. politics getting into everything. >>> queen elizabeth is taking a historic stand against discrimination of any kind. she's signing a new charter that includes her strongest statement ever about women's rights and it's believed to be her first show of support for gay rights. she'll also give a speech on the new equality agreement that opposes discrimination rooted in gender, race, color, creed, political belief or any other grounds. >>> defense secretary chuck hagel was wrapping up a tense first visit to afghanistan. to afghanstep. the african president accused the u.s. and the taliban of working together to make the afghans fearful of more violence if foreign
people to change everything they're doing to come visit her. >> the thing with the norovirus, you get so dehydrated. the hospital stay is you can stay on an iv and stay hydrated. not supposed to be too serious. >> she'll be all right. >>> now on to this. the obama administration is distancing itself from former nba star dennis rodman's first foray into international politics. he's back from his trip to north korea where he met with kim jung-un. on abc's "this week" with george stephanopoulos yesterday rodman talked about his visit during which he watched an exhibition basketball game with kim. >> i stayed with him two days. the one thing he asked me, he want obama to do one thing, call him. >> he wants a call from president obama? >> that's right. he told me that. >> rodman also called kim a strong but humble man that doesn't want war with the u.s. >>> looks like president obama is trying to do a run around congressional leaders. he is reaching out to individual senators in a bid to force a compromise. taxes dividing on this one. republicans insist there will be no new taxes. democrats r
change. >> melanoma is so curable if you find it early. could be a good thing too. good news for a lot of folks. >> and it's one of the most common kinds of cancer. i do feel like we are just years away from finding a cure to cancer. we have made leaps and bounds as far as developing medicines that help people combat all kinds of cancers, melanoma being the most common and most treatable. we had the story last week or two weeks ago about the little girl born with hiv, then it went away. you know, we have doctors hard at work trying to find a cure for these things and i do feel like it's just a matter of time. >> sometimes the prevention is easier than the cure. if you're going to be out on the beach or working on the lawn, just do the sunscreen, people. you know, there are easy ways -- >> this is one of the eastest ways to prevent it. also, coming up from the mundane to the miraculous. >> as the cardinals elevate one of their own, we take a look at the making of saints. you are watching "world news now." now." >> announcer: "world news now" continues after this from our abc stations.
: the warning from the fda for some patients, the z-pack or azithromycin can cause changes in the electrical activity of the heart which can be fatal. it applies to people with arrhythmias and people with low blood levels, potassium and magnesium. the risk of sudden death is 1 in 4,000. pfizer tells abc news they're updating the labels with the fda warning listing conditions. many patients may not know they have those conditions. and all too often people ask for z-pak when they start to feel sick. have you ever asked for z-pak? >> yes. >> reporter: what is its reputation? >> knocks it out that fast. >> reporter: z-pak is safe for most people. to reduce your risk know your family's heart history and your own. best advice don't request antibiotics. they only work for some infections. >> we want to be the heroes and make people happy and make people feel better, so we wish it was the answer. it really isn't. >> reporter: antibiotics won't make you feel better if you have a cold or the flu. dr. richard besser, abc news, new york. >> a lot of good advice. >>> another reality show, believe it or n
to argue their case before a packed gallery. >> the justices' decision could change the definition of marriage in the united states. it's tuesday, march 26th. >> announcer: from abc news this is "world news now" with john muller and diana perez. >>> tuesday, for most of us. monday for you. did you have a nice three-day weekend? >> i did. i had a good time. we had date night, which hasn't happened in a long time. >> date night for the new mom. that's always a strange thing. did you talk about the kid the whole time? >> yes. >> you're on date night but going, oh, he's so cute. >> sharing pictures with people next to us who were not interested. >> out on date night, sipping martinis talking about the kid. let's get to it. >>> good morning. i'm john muller. the court will hear arguments. people have been lining up to witness what could become a landmark case in our country's history. >> a very big day for the issue of gay rights. we'll have more in just a moment. >>> first, it could also be a big day for amanda knox. in just a few hours the italian supreme court could announce whether
out, absolutely. >> you're neighbors. >> absolutely. >> any way, she's changed her look. she's dropped 42 pounds since she had her baby. she's now on the cover of "us weekly" and she looks good. but not only that, she's changed all together. she's lightened up a little bit, so she's taking it easy on the self-tanner and going tanning every two days now. >> she's a mom now. >> she's a mom. she's growing up. she said she wanted to lose the weight so her hubby, i think it's her hubby-to-be, they're not married yet. she wanted to look good for him. to make sure he always viewed her as a hot momma. and she is. good for you, snooki. she's growing up and lightening up. good for you. sleep. intermezzo is the first and only prescription sleep aid approved for use as needed in the middle of the night when you can't get back to sleep. it's an effective sleep medicine you don't take before bedtime. take it in bed only when you need it and have at least four hours left for sleep. do not take intermezzo if you have had an allergic reaction to drugs containing zolpidem, such as ambien. allergic react
more about the big changes coming to late night talk shows, the latest development involves jimmy fallon, jay leno and signature show making a big move in "the skinny." >>> first there is breaking news in the mideast. two rockets were fired from gaza hitting southern israel. >> the disturbing act of violence comes as the president pushes for peace while warning enemies. here with more is jonathan carl traveling with the president. >> reporter: the president arrived in israel in a good mood, the open mike capturing his banter with benjamin netanyahu. he was even joking about red lines. but the issue couldn't be more serious, the real red line is the one netanyahu talked about at the united nations last fall. >> a red line should be drawn right here. >> reporter: the point where iran must be attacked or it will be able to build a nuclear bomb. a red line israelis believe could be crossed within months. the issue was front and center here in all of the president's meetings. >> diplomacy and sanctions so far have not stopped iran's nuclear program. in order to stop iran's nuclear prog
of those changes that pope francis has made. in the past several day, what you've seen, what stands out, what do you make of this guy? >> one word, simplicity. we've just seen it here. the plan had -- the program was for all of the cardinals to come up and make this profession of obedience. i think he realized this is going prolong the service by about an hour and a half. the new pope is said to like shorter liturgies. that's why he also eliminated the offertory ceremony. he will not deliver communion. which surprised people. he does not want to make himself a attraction. getting in line for communion with the pope gave the people an idea they were privileged. this is a different style. like we have seen him adrop a different style in the way he greets people, the way he addresses crowds and the way he generally acts in front of the world. >> john, thanks very much. we want to let you know, the inaugural mass is about to begin now that the moments of symbolic inauguration of the papacy have concluded. we are going pause again to let some stations go to their local programming as the mas
the road first if you need to change the dvd or break up a fight. and keep a snack bag on hand if you can't feed the kids before you leave. one of the few things i did right. >> as a mother i know that is difficult. keeping your eyes on the roadway and driving are by far the most important thing. >> reporter: keeping the peace in the back seat helping to keep the whole family safe. paula faris, abc news, new york. >> oh, boy. >> how about that? you have a new one, little guy. >> i do. >> found yourself distracted? >> there are absolutely no rules. i stopped sitting in the back seat with my husband driving. i left him alone back there. >> oh, my goodness. calling geico there. you have a 9-year-old you fall right in here. >> i am lucky. she is a good kid. i can literally say cut it out and she would cut it out. she doesn't do anything. so famous last word. going to get today something is going to happen. so far so good. >> we'll be right ba ♪ ♪ ♪ if loving you is wrong ♪ ♪ i don't wanna be right ♪ [ record scratch ] what?! it's not bad for you. it just tastes t
. [ sponge ] so it's not a chore. >>> it welcome back. there is a procedure that can change the lives of children born with hearing problems. but some insurance companies don't cover the cost. >> that may surprise parents out there. abc's dan harris has the investigation. >> reporter: you have to look closely, but if you keep your eye on the boy in the orange shirt, carson, you will see he is consistently one step behind his preschool classmates. staring off when the teacher is talking to him. >> come on. >> reporter: sitting for a few seconds. >> find a card. count out. >> reporter: when all the other kids get up. >> i think he is constantly trying to keep up. wears himself out. >> reporter: carson ruben who is five has auditory neuropathy, which means while the teacher sounds like this to the rest of the children. >> carrots and onions -- >> reporter: to carson she sound like this. >> cochlear implants could dramatically improve carson's hearing. they could have miraculous impacts. watch as this child's device is turned on for the first time. could you hear that? but it would cost $
mother rejected her last month there was a chance she wouldn't make it. >> well, we'll have to change into some scrubs, matt, black scrubs, simulates gorilla skin color. >> ron evans and his team of ten surrogate gorilla moms would nurse, cradle, teach and mother this gorilla for three months before sending her to a real gorilla mom. inside gladys' room evans teaches me how to be a surrogate. the only way gladys' new gorilla family will accept her if humans can teach her to become a real gorilla. >> you don't coo to baby gorillas. >> no i talk to them like this. i use a gorilla accent when i talk to gladys. first time i see her, i talk like gladys. >> reporter: all the surrogates wear this faux fur. that looks more like a sheep's suit. are we turning into lambs here. careful not to baby this baby. >> yanking the hair. might put fingernails in her head. when she is awake she doesn't mind. they're tough. >> reporter: all of this. the grabbing. these hand are so strong. piggyback ride mimic real gorillas. the goal is to match gladys born at a texas zoo with a gorilla mother born here in
can't change it. but i can deal with it. >> reporter: what is it that you want people to understand about you that can help them? >> it may not be the best thing but you've got to make it what it is. that's what i've done. >> reporter: i'm robin roberts in new york. >> it really is an incredible memoir about this woman going through the hardest fight of her life. in her memoir, she was asked whether or not she would trade in her trophies for her health. she hesitated for a moment and said she'd trade in her trophies to be able to coach again. >> she's a remarkable woman. >> she really is. >> so many great memories. it's a slow process where it steals from you. >> and it's deteriorating, which means it's just going to get worse, which is so sad. but she has the moments she's living now, which is important. >> we wish her the best. >>> still to come, its death has been greatly exaggerated. >> you're watching "world news now." ♪ ♪ do the harlem shake >>> can you count the number of times you've seen a video of someone doing the harlem shake? if you're like us, it's actually a numbe
's juju chang shows us what it is all about. >> reporter: it is the annual pilgrimage, millions of spring breakers migrating to beaches all over the world. the new movie "spring breakers" glorifies the escape. the film takes us on a wild ride of debauchery. critics argue the show-and-tell isn't too far from reality. >> get out of the fast lane! >> reporter: there is holly. >> going 90. >> reporter: holly's exploits are featured in "faded" which offers a sobering message for unsuspecting parents. according to centers of disease control, 90% of underage drinkers are binge drinkers with young adults chugging down nine drinks at a time. >> disgusting. you are encouraging each other. do it. do it. just fast. telling each other tips on how to drink it faster so you don't taste it. >> reporter: for girls alcohol has added danger of giving them courage to act out sexually. and then providing an excuse for the risky behavior the morning after. >> when the girls are drunk and the guys start to push it to the limit, the alcohol gave you liquid courage to start but not to stop. >> reporter: looking b
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, whether it was climate change, gay rights issue, equal pay for equal work, immigration reform. >> the world welcomes a new pope. a man by all accounts humble and holy whose very name marks a new beginning. so there is going to be a real devotion to the poor. you wonder how the devotion will play out how he carries out and what he makes a priority as pope. >> uh-huh. >> fun is the charm of the show. news is still its mission. we'll be back. hey! did you know that honey nut cheerios has oats that can help lower cholesterol? and it tastes good? sure does! ♪ wow. [ buzz ] delicious, right? yeah. it's the honey, it makes it taste so... ♪ well, would you look at the time... what's the rush? bee happy. bee healthy. with clusters of flakes and o's. oh, ho ho... it's the honey sweetness. i...i mean, >>> this morning on "world news now" -- stocks soar. >> it has been a banner week for the dow. all eyes will watch the numbers again today to see if the wall street can extend its winning streak. it's friday, march 15th. >>> good morning, i'm diana perez. >> i'm rob nelson.
all the 115 voters know each other well? no. >> reporter: the papal tailor changed his window. now available and ready to wear in three possible sizes. the color, papal white. david wright, abc news, rome. >> that brings us to our facebook question of the day. >> we want to know what qualities would you like to see in the next pope. log on to and give us your opinion. >>> so this guy apparently, the impostor said he was part of corpus day, and he just puttered around the outside. >> clearly going in with the purple scarf. i don't think he was trying to blend in too -- >> with the fringe still on it. >> he wanted his 15 minutes and he got it. >> i loved his hat. he wasn't even trying. >> it almost looked like an snl skit. >> they are upping security because of that, and you would have to believe that's a good thing. already they're sweeping the vatican for listening devices. they don't want any word getting out before the white smoke. now they probably need some eyeballs on the faces. >> keep an eye on corpus day. >>> after more than a month on the mend, barbara walters
.d. card that had been changed to match his name. he is now under arrest and will be charged in federal court this morning. >> my goodness. >> a new york man set free after 23 years in prison for a crime prosecutors say he did not commit. david renta released into the arms of friends and family by a judge yesterday. recent review by the district attorney's office cast doubt on witness testimony. prosecutors say detectives mishandled the investigation. friends of the rabbi who was killed are still seeking justice. >> i am overwhelmed. it is interesting. i would just like to say thank you to every one of you who supported me today on this. >> the support is not the word. it doesn't do much. it doesn't do much. where is the killer? who is killer? who botched the case? never any physical evidence linking renta to the crime. jurors relied on eyewitness testimony and circumstantial evidence. >> wow. police in arlington, virginia, outside washington, d.c. are asking the public to help identify some daring robbery suspects. they released this surveillance video showing four subjects entering a
announced they've changed their minds about it. john, diana. >> tahman, thank you. >>> britain's prince william could be in for something of a job change. he's a pilot in the british military search and rescue military fleet. a texas based helicopter company just bought a contract to take over the operations. many of the military personnel will be replaced by civilian workers. bristol helicopters says some british personnel will stay on the job. this is a strange scenario, diana. listen to this. if william does stay on the job, the british royal there, second in line to the throne, would become an employee of a company baseded in texas. >> that's a little on the strange side. random guy in texas gets to be prince william's -- i don't know about that. >> get over here! that would be kind of strange, right? >> this transition isn't going to happen until, god knows, 2017. we have a little bit of time. and prince william, he's nicely put where he is now. he's all right. >>> here is a look at your weather. rain showers in new england and the northeast. particularly this afternoon. blustery i
implanted beneath the skin promises to detect sudden changes in your blood. the chip sends a warning via bluetooth to your smart phone or to your doctor's computer. can you imagine? "warning, you are getting a heart attack." pretty much what it will do. >> my gosh. >> federal public health investigators are going all out to see if underground toxic chemicals have put thousands of new jersey residents at risk. that's why the fda will be asking people from garfield, new jersey, to donate, get this, their toenail clippings. >> kind of nasty. >> yeah. tests done on the clippings can confirm if buried industrial carcinogens have tainted the soil and if people have been exposed. investigators are looking for chromium and slow-growing toenails apparently. >> slow-growing toenails? >> i guess. >> chromium. >> confirm -- >> how would you like to be the guy who has to test the toenails? double rubber gloves and tweezers. >> how do you sign up for that job? >> i don't know. >> how do you sign up to not have that job? guess you go to med school for 12 years and test toe nails or something. >> the ep
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